Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on August 4, 1987 · Page 11
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(-People Captain Kangaroo THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- TUESDAY, AUGUST*, 1987- 1 1 HOUSTON (AP) — Bob Kecshan, television's Captain Kangaroo, says he feels great after triple heart-bypass surgery and will spend some time with his grandson before returning to work. Keeshan, 60, left Methodist Hospital on Monday for his home on Long Island, N.Y. "I feel better than I've felt ever. I've probably been given another 20 years of life," said the six-time Emmy winner who was host of CBS' "Captain Kangaroo," television's longest-funning children's show, for nearly 30 vears. Keeshan suffered a heart attack in 1981 and said doctors recommended the July 23 operation because Mood flow in three of his heart arteries was greatly restricted. "Almost any coronary event could have been fatal," he said. "Captain Kangaroo" premiered on CBS in 1955 and went off the air on the network in 1984, but half-hour shows from the original run on public television. Keeshan said he will take about two months off from supervising the series. Madonna NEW YORK (AP) — Madonna says in an interview on NBC's "Today" show this week that being from a big family helped make her competitive. The pop star said that having eight brothers and sisters made her "want to stand out. You wanted to be treated special." In the interview, to be broadcast Wednesday through Friday, Madonna said also that she's unjustly accused of being popular more because of good publicity than for talent. "Like a good hook gets you in the door, but something has to keep you in the room," she said. George Jones BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Country music star George Jones has been released from a hospital after five days and told to slow down. Jones, 55, left University Hospitals on Monday. He had been treated for exhaustion, a kidney infection, bronchitis and prostate complications. "His physicians obviously felt like it was OK for him to go on about his business, but with an admonition that he rest a little more," said hospital spokesman Jim Bosarge. Jones' press agent in Nashville, Term., Tom Conway, said that Jones became ill vacationing after a 47-city tour and that it was uncertain whether he would be able to complete the tour. Ms. 'Passion Flower' LOS ANGELES (AP) — The other woman in the Joan Collins-Peter Holm divorce case says she's been deluged with acting offers since she took the stand and testified she was Holm's "passion flower." "L.A. is crazy, and I love it I always knew I was going to become a star," said Romina Danielson, who swooned in court while testifying about her affair with Holm before and during his 13-month marriage to "Dynasty" star Miss Collins. This week, the 23-year-old aspiring actress was scheduled to appear on "Good Morning America" and Johnny Carson's "The Tonight Show. She is also featured in this week's People magazine and has been offered $150,000 to pose for Playboy. "I don't know if I'm going to do it. I'm very confused right now," she said of the offer. Bon Jovi SAGINAW, Mich. (AP) —Heather Groshart says that judging from his music videos, she wouldn't have guessed that rock star Jon Bon Jovi was shy. But then the cancer patient never thought she'd get the opportunity to find out The lOth-grader met Bon Jovi through the Sunshine Foundation, a Philadelphia-based organization that grants wishes of terminally or chronically ill children. She has osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer. Evelyn Fiedler, family service coordinator for the group, said the foundation paid for a trip by the girl and her family to Huntington, W.Va., for a concert and meeting with Bon Jovi last month. Heather said Bon Jovi asked about her illness, then he and two other band members signed her concert T- shirt "To Heather, love Jon Bon Jovi." Mini HACK OYM M,M* IIAKtS More than 80 have died Storms fail to crack heat wave Thunderstorms dropped temperatures a degree a minute in the Midwest but failed today to crack the heat wave grippingthe eastern two-thirds of the nation. The heat, now in its 18th day, has been blamed for 83 deaths. "We've already had a summer's worth of 90-degree temperatures," said state climatologist Paul Waite in Iowa, where temperatures cooled to the 80s Monday after the hottest May through July since 1936. Hospitals in Evansville, Ind., and Indianapolis were treating people for heat-related ailments, and Alabama's Department of Public Health extended a beat alert through today, warning people to take precautions. Storms spawned by the hot and humid air have downed power lines, straining utilities already struggling to meet record-setting demand for power. The heat also kept police busy. "Roads buckle, cars break down, people's tempers are frayed because of it," said Bob Fletcher, a spokesman for the Illinois State Police. "We find it as stressful as everyone else." Scattered showers and thunder- storms were forecast today from the Atlantic Coast states across much of the Great Lakes region and middle Mississippi Valley and into the south- em Plains. But highs in the 90s or above were forecast from southern New England to Florida and west into the Ohio Valley, the lower Mississippi Valley and the Southern Plains. Highs in triple digits were expected in parts of Arkansas and northeastern Texas, as well as the Southwest desert. Relief from the heat in the eastern two-thirds of the nation is expected by Wednesday over all but the central Atlantic Coast and Southeast, according to the National Weather Service. On Monday, temperatures dropped into the 30s in Kansas and Missouri from 100-plus on Sunday as afternoon thunderstorms rolled in. The temperature in Kansas City, Mo., dropped from 103 to 81 in 30 minutes. Storms brought Indiana heavy rain and Illinois high winds, lightning and hail. More than an inch of rain fell in a few hours in Kentucky but provided only a brief respite from the heat, which blistered Paducah with a record 102 degrees. However, forecasters said the storm heralded a cold front that will push into the state Wednesday, dropping temperatures at least 5 to 10 degrees. Body of skier is found LODGEPOLE, Calif. (AP) — U.S. Forest Service searchers Monday recovered the body of a skier missing since Feb. 11 when he disappeared during a solo cross-country trip to a remote Sierra Nevada mountaintop. The body of Robert Simmons, 32, of Reedley, was found in an unnamed lake in Sequoia National Park, about eight miles east of Lodgepole, according to Marv Jensen, spokesman for the Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks. The search was prompted after three hikers reported Sunday they had found hiking and ski gear near Big Bird Lake, just north of the lake where Simmons's body was found Monday. 1 NOTICES 2 PERSONALS 3 LOST A FOUND 4 CARD Of THANKS 5 IN MEMOftlANS 6 MEETINGS a EVENTS 7 TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES GENERAL MERCHANDISF 40 NEW ft USED EQUIPMENT 4 1 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 42 BOATS 4 3 BUILDING SUPPLIES 4 4 FURNITURE 45 WANTED TO BUY 46 APPLIANCES 4 7 ANTIQUES 4 8 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 4 9 GARAGE SALES TOW CLAIM III Aft RATES BEST BUY * 1.00/DAY Check this out! 4 lints 15 dip. $15.00. Ml must be (MM in adnnce. You mij pt i retwtt it you cmcel your w) befon 15 diys. Ut classified help you buy or sell. EMPLOYMENT 10 INSTRUCTION 11 EMPLOYMENT WANTED 1 1 HELP WANTED 13 SALES HELP WANTED 14 CHILD CARE FARM MARKET SO PETS/SUPPLIES 5 1 LIVESTOCK 5 2 FARM EQUIPMENT S3 FEED/PASTURE SUPPLIES 5 4 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 55 PRODUCE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 20 SERVICES OFFERED 21 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 2 2 MONEY TO LOAN 23 MONEY WANTED 24 INVESTMENTS 2 5 BUSINESS RENTALS THAI ATION RENTAL! 30 APTS UNFURNISHED 31 APTS FURNISHED 32 DUPLEXES 3 3 HOMES UNFURNISHED 3 4 HOMES FURNISHED 3 5 ROOMS FOR RENT 3 6 REST HOMES 37 WANTED TO RENT 3 8 WANTED TO SHARE RENT 39 MOBILES*SPACES categories continued. 60 AVIATION 6 1 PRODUCE 62RECVEH/CAMPING 6 3 MOTORCYCLES AUTO TIRES/ 6 4 ACCESSORIES 6 5 AUTO SERVICE 67 CARS/TRUCKS WANTED 6 8 AUTO EXCHANGE TRUCKS FOR SALE CARS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE 70 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE 71 REAL ESTATE WANTED 72 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 73 MOBILE HOMES WITH LAND 74 INCOME PROPERTY 7 5 RANCHES 76 LOTS/ACREAGE 7 7 REAL ESTATE 4 lines, 5 times, 14.00. ($00. Maximum total all items. Items must be priced in ad. Each additional line $1.00. No adjustment for early cancellation. Cash in advance required. RWa^R)lJRi^R*IHIR^Ri RV^R'^RA 4 lines, 7 times, $2.00. (6 times in Journal, 1 time in B.G.) (100. Mix. total. COPY ACCEPTANCE The Daily Journal reserves the right to edit or withhold publication am) may exercise its discretion in acceptance or classification of any and all advertising. New Family Want Ads, corrections and cancellations before 4:30 p.m. the day before publication, Tues-Fri. Sunday publication, Friday 4:30 p.m. and Monday publication: Friday at 4:30 p.m. also. Credit is extended to persons within the Journal's circulation area with a listini in the phone book. Bills are payable when rendered. Out of town ads and some classifications are payable in advance. When placing your want ad always ask for the ad to be repeated teck to you. Check yaw ad for any errors the FIRST DAY. The Daily Journal •HI be responsible for only one incorrect insertion and no ireater extent than me cost of the space occupied. MALA HO Rates for the Dial-A-Pro are monthly. Any id running less than one month will be billed the regular earned rate. Changes are made on Tuesdays. Deadline: Monday 4:30 p.m. MMMUKIMYBNOWN All ads published in Friday's Journal are automatically inserted in the Mendo-Lake Buyers Guide. Family rates include Buyers Guide. Commercial accounts are charged. FAMILY I COMMERCIAL RATE CARDS AVMLARLE OR REQUEST OUR HELPFUL COURTEOUS ADVISORS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE MOR-FRI 0-5 Journal CLASSIFIED 400-0123 PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Tht following persons have abandoned the use of the fictitious business name Heritage House of Hopland at 12*00 S. Hwy. 101, Please piece me following Classified ad in the Uklah Dally Journal tor limes. Enclosed is $ to pay tor (his ad. LINEl LINE 2 LINE 3 LINE* LINES LINE 6 LINE 7 LINE a LINE 9 LINE10 _ ; i 1. FILL OUT YOUR AD WITH ONE CHARACTER PER tOX. EACH LINE HAS 25IOXES. 2. LEAVE AN OPEN SPACE IETWEEN EACH WORD.. 3. USE ONE SPACE FOR PUNCTUATION MARKS. StNlOK 5tlm»»4lln»t/$4" S50C maximum total all Items. Items must be priced In ad. Each additional line fl. No adjustment for early cancellation. SUPER Bi 14tim«s4lln«$/$15" This Is our best rate, but your ad has to be paid for In advance. You may oat a rebate If you cancel your ad before IS days. For Commercial Rates please refer to rate card. Thaw are for Private Party Advertisers ONLY I iAkGAlN BU 7tlme>t4lin»t/$2 M $100 maximum total for all Items. Item* must be priced In ad. Copy plus $2 must be mailed or delivered to the Journal, 590 S. School St., P.O. Box 749, Uklah. Absolutely no phone calls or credit sale* will be allowed on this very special offer. NAME ADDRESS CITY. STATE ZIP- CHECK CRf PIT CARD NUMtfR . CM PIT CARP NAMI EXP.DATE MAIL or MING YOUR AP TO: UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL 590 S. School St. or P.O. lex 749, UKIAH, CA 95482 PUBLIC NOTICE Hopland, CA 95449. The fictitious business name referred to above was lied In County on 6-12-87. GeneAllenGlldtnmelster 2900 S. Hwy. 101, Hopland, CA 95449 Alice Harrison lldenmelster 2900 S. Hwy. 101, Hopland, CA 95449 This business was conducted by Individuals. a/Gene Allen 'lldenmelster This statement was filed with the County Clerk of MENDOCINO County on July 17,1917. FlleNo.67-027a 'tatutory Filing Fee—$5.00 7-21, 2«, 8-4,11, 1987 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 87-0314 The following persons are doing business as: HOPLAND HOUSE ».O. Box 310 2900 S. Hwy 101, Hopland, CA 95449 Gene Allen Glldenmelster 2900 S. Hwy. 101, Hopland, CA 95449 Alice Harrison Glldenmelster 2900 S. Hwy. 101, Hopland, CA 95449 This business Is conducted by Individuals — Husband and Wife. /s/Gene Allen Glldenmelster This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendoclno County on July 17,1987. 7-21,28,8-4,11, 1V87 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 87-0330 The following person Is doing business as: RIVERSONG ENTERPRISES 27371 Oriole Dr., Wllllts,CA 95490 Margaret Jo Kruse 27371 Oriole Dr., Wllllts,CA 95490 This business Is conducted by an Individual. /s/Margaret J. Kruse This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendoclno County on July 24,1987. 7-28,8-4,11,18,1987 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF ABANDONMENT OF USE OF FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME The following persons have abandoned the use of the fictitious business name COLLEGE CHOICE CONSULTANTS at 1590 Man- unlta Drive, Uklah, California. The fictitious business name referred to above was f Had In County on 5/9/M. Philip H. Boynron 1590 ManianlU Drive, Uklah, CA 95482 MarkAlbrecht 424 Park Blvd., Uklah, CA 95412 This business was conducted by an unincorporated association other than a partnership. /s/PhlllpH. Boyntgn This statement was filed with the County Clerk of MENDOCINO County on July 24,1917. File No. 840259 Statutory Filing Fe»-*S.OQ 728.84 " '1 '98? NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that there will be held a public sale of household goods and personal property owned by and held for the account ot the person whose name is stated and Unit number. ' Janet Wright Unit #AA-2 Said sale will be held by 3 ete's Mini-Storage at 1404 S. State St. Ukiah, a. at 3:00 p.m. on August 13, 1987. this sale is to satisfy the undersigned's ien, and including reasonable charges for notice, advertisement and sale. These goods are held for the account of the party named above. TERMS OF SALE: Items purchased must be paid for on the day of sale in cash. Items purchased will be hauled away jy buyer. Goods will not be available for inspection be- lore the day ot sale. PETE'S MINI-STORAGE 1404 S. State St., Ukiah, Ca. 95482 8-4, 11, 1987 PUBLIC NOTICE This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendoclno County on July 17,1987. 7-21,28,8-4,11,1987 010 NOTICES ART PROGRAMS CENTER Summer program "Stark Night Ensues 7 '. 462-6702. LET ME PUT 'A Personal Touch' in doing your Oept of Motor Vehicles Pat Work. Jim Rickl 485-7915 24 hrs. 02Q PERSONALS $50 REWARD leading to arrest & conviction of person or persons who broke into Woodward Residential Care Home & stole food from elderly people (meat, bread, eggs, etc.) 462-1037, 462-3838. I WILL NOT be responsible for debts incurred by anyone other than myself as of 8/2/87. Signed: Tracy Lynette Weds. LEARN SAILING: Need crew for snipe. Call Jim, 463-4035. NEW SINGLES INTRO CLUBI Meet pre- qualified men or women, this area, who share yourinterests and want to meet you! Low-cost, results guaranteed. Free confidential details. CLUB SANSGENE, Box 994-B1, Laytonvilte, CA 95454. . PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 87-0315 The following persons are doing business a$: ORIGINAL AUTO CRAFT 1410 Mlllview Road, Uklah, CA 95482 Kenneth L. Smith 1040 S. Dora St., Uklah, CA 95482 Deborah Jean Smith 1040 S. Dora St., Ukiah, CA 95482 This business is conducted by individuals — Husband and Wife. The registrant commenced to transact business under the fictitious business name listed above on June I 1987 PATRICIA TAYLOR Very important! Call me at (707) 425-7044 or (707) 838-6307, Larry Franklin. SELECT SINGLES an inexpensive way to meet quality people in No. Calif. $30/yr. membership. Free info. Box 350-U, Sonoma, CA 95476. SWF. 45, employed, nonsmoker. Enjoys movies, theatre, fishing, eating & quiet times. Seeks caring, honest, emotionally ft financially secure male for friendship & if lucky maybe more. Reply to Box 846 e/o UDJ, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah 030 LOST* FOUND REWARD tor return of all stutt taken from gre^'i truck on Low Gap Rg Sa turday night. No gues tions 462-3123 REWARD Lost on Women's Softball Field Several bats and balls in black bag marked DOT Please return no questions asked 462-6946 4628869 4R88921

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